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Food is political. Food is a bridge-builder. Food is a common denominator. At Bold City Kabobs, food is all those things and more. This restaurant represents the kind of place that I cherish. … more
Back in the day, pumpkins were no big deal. They would make an appearance at Halloween as jack o’lanterns and show up again as pumpkin pie at Thanksgiving and that was about it—a nice … more
There are few things THAT a dog finds more gratifying than the constant “Squeak! SQUEAK!” of a squeaky-toy. My favorite squeaky-toy was a hedgehog. May he rest in peace. Ever since I was … more
In many other election cycles, I have written a cover story preview of the upcoming elections for this very publication. So there is an irony in covering probably the hottest Florida election of my … more
Beaches elections have never been the portrait of civility, but this cycle is seeing some unprecedented chicanery. We begin in Neptune Beach, where there is one contested city council spot. The … more
It is Wednesday, Oct. 3. Candidate Tracye Polson, a Democrat, is in Jacksonville’s Memorial Park, about to read a prepared statement. Several police officers are positioned behind Polson. This … more
I attended elementary, or grammar school, from 1933 to 1936 and received that part of my education in a big, impressive two-story building that still stands on Gilmore Street in Jacksonville. Four … more
Protest has always been messy and controversial more
Tacos, tacos everywhere more
Chef Bill heralds the arrival of the corn star more
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